6 questions to ask before moving in with your partner

Though marriage rates are steadily declining in the United States, the number of people who cohabitate continues to trend in the opposite direction. In 2010, 49.2% of adults cohabitated at one point in their life, and 47.4% had been married, according to U.S. Census Bureau data. Fast forward 10 years and the gap continues to … Read more

Novavax slashes sales guidance in half, stock plunges 34%

Novavax Inc. executives slashed their annual sales guidance in half Monday while wildly missing financial expectations, sending shares down more than 30% in after-hours trading. Novavax NVAX, -5.01% now projects total 2022 revenue of $2 billion to $2.3 billion, after previously stating a goal of $4 billion to $5 billion. The U.S. Food and Drug … Read more

My boyfriend, 68, has almost no ‘mad money’ for fun activities and trips. He lives with his father, 95, and expects to inherit his house. Is it unreasonable to expect him to get a part-time job?

I am a 65-year-old retired woman with modest Social Security and annuity payments. I also own my own home and have savings. I’ve been seeing a 68-year-old retiree since just before the pandemic. He lives with his 95-year-old dad, who is in poor health (he can’t get around much, doesn’t drive, and is showing signs … Read more

Why I came out after 10 years on Citi’s trading floor: ‘I just wanted to be myself’

Paul Brennan moved from Ireland to join Citigroup’s London trading floor in 2007 after graduating in Economics from Trinity College, Dublin. It took 10 years before he felt comfortable enough to be open about his sexuality to his colleagues. “It was towards my late 20s when I realised I was gay, and at that stage … Read more

Involvement of private sector important for elimination of Malaria: Experts

Malaria No More, a nonprofit organization working towards the eradication of Malaria said on Wednesday that as India has recorded an 86 percent decline in malaria cases and 79 percent decline in deaths between 2017 and 2021, working on eliminating the vector-borne disease is now crucial. In 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that India … Read more

If Oil Keeps Rising, These 5 Stocks Could Benefit

Text size The price of oil has been steadily rising, while making higher highs and higher lows. Xiaomin Wang/Dreamstime.com Oil could be headed for $150 a barrel. That might not be good for the economy, but it would be great news for energy stocks. Crude prices had been under pressure since peaking in March, as … Read more

Tesla Investors Beware: Bad NIO, Li, XPeng April Deliveries Hit by Covid.

A Covid outbreak in China, which forced production shutdowns, is weighing on April’s output numbers for electric vehicle makers. Hector Retamal/AFP via Getty Images Text size Chinese electric vehicle makers NIO , XPeng and Li Auto reported April deliveries on Sunday morning. The numbers aren’t very good. That gives Tesla investors something else to worry … Read more

I’m a 39-year-old single dad with $600,000 saved — I want to retire at 50 but don’t know how. What should I do?

I am a 39-year-old single father of one 16-year-old son. I have $70,000 in liquid savings, $530,000 invested in individual retirement accounts and owe $210,000 on a home worth $500,000. I also owe about $20,000 on my car. My take-home income is $7,200 per month and my monthly expenses total about $4,000. I do not … Read more

‘Put these on your grocery list’

Food and mood are so intricately connected that they’ve inspired a new area of brain study: Nutritional psychiatry, which examines how what we eat impacts how we feel. As a dietitian and nutritionist who has researched and experienced this connection firsthand, I find it infinitely fascinating that we can empower ourselves to feel partly — … Read more